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Emit, Austin Brimacombe, Brian Collins, Caleb Collins, Benjamin KillebrewSymptoms Begin to Show (2008)

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Symptoms Begin to Show. Album released in 2008 by the band, Emit. Comprised of Austin Brimacombe, Brian Collins, Caleb Collins, and Benjamin Killebrew. All songs copyrighted by Emit: Austin Brimacombe, Brian Collins, Caleb Collins, and Benjamin Killebrew.

Emit is managed by M-Squared Productions (http://m-squared-productions.com ). For more information email: mark@m-squared-productions.com As well, any commercial use of their songs is prohibited. You must contact Emit, through their management firm for any and all commercial use.

Emit is allowing the sharing and use of their music for personal use, playing of individuals and for sharing with other individuals. No part of song can be modified nor sampled. It is strictly for personal use and enjoyment of independent music. Their music is also for playing and use of Internet Radio and Podcasting, however, Emit must be notified through their management firm if used for this purpose, only for documentation purposes. Emit wants individuals throughout the world to enjoy and share their music with others.

Emit's website is: http://emitrock.com

Emit's Bio

Socially conscious fueled rock is Emit. Their sophomore album on the verge of releasing in the summer of 2010, Emit is preparing for support with a regional tour. Their edgy and break loose stage presence continuously entrances their audiences. Comprised of cousins, Brian and Caleb Collins with the beat driven drummer Austin Brimacombe and riff oriented keyboardist Benjamin Killebrew have been cranking out the tunes for over six years. Brian, Caleb and Austin have been the key members since they were young teenagers.

They hit the streets playing at the hottest and most visible venues at an early age, and now with years of stage presence have given rise to a rock act any audience gravitates towards. Their tight knit synchronization is evinced by their combined efforts in playing and writing their music. Emit has proven to be progressively maturing all along their six year history. Each of the musicians have studied and prepared by being musically trained at the most respectable colleges around today.

Each of Emits members plays various instruments and is not shy to showcase their natural powerhouse in rocking their musical sets. Emits ability to craft their songs solidly on music theory that many other bands have been enraptured by their craftsmanship. Cutting their teeth by opening for many of the top regional acts, they have emerged as the band that calls them to be sought out.

The lyrics they utter come out of reaction. The message speaks louder than their action. They light the ghostly paths; simply put they are Emit. Their fans speak of a new hope in the independent rock scene. Emit has given many fans more to believe in with their new generation of rock and roll. The core of their songs is words and melody set to a structure, which is translated to the listener as meaning and emotion along a passing of time.

Emit has taken their energy-charged live show all over sharing the stage with regional acts such as Analog Rebellion (formerly Play Radio Play), The Non, The Uglysuit, Vannadine, Eden Sharmaine, Mayola, Fires of Atlas, Radial Angel, Hollow, and The Noise FM. The coming year will find Emit playing regionally more as well as sneaking in as much studio time as possible to lay down tracks for a new EP. Made-for_radio tracks like Entrepreneur, Feels Like a Heart Attack, and Time to Make a Move, demonstrate Emits ability to write captivating hooks and sing-along melodies. The fans are easily gained by their high energy and ability to draw audiences into their show; they are a force to be reckoned with.

From Michael from Michael Angels Cosmic Grab Bag podshow

You will remember the name of this band, Emit. I am so grateful to them for being as talented as they are. And they must have one hell of a following; the numbers went off the charts with listeners to this show. I know they have a big fan base. It is obvious to the listener that these guys have put thought and depth into every tune. Songs like Emitting Light, Time To Make A Move, and Smile Again, make you realize that these guys are cutting edge, but can also do a tune that is radio as well as podcast worthy. I am telling you that these guys impress me and give me hope that rock is still alive and well.

From Steven from Dalecast podshow from the UK

Always like new stuff.. now and again some truly great bands emerge from Music Alley ...and Emit is one of those such bands....

Just Once, single from Emit #2 on the Top 5 as reported by Mevio Musics Adam Curry, former MTV video jockey and Godfather of podcasting.

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Artist/Composer: Emit, Austin Brimacombe, Brian Collins, Caleb Collins, Benjamin Killebrew
Date: 2008
Keywords: Emit; Symptoms Begin to Show; Feels like a Heart Attack; Entrepreneur; Time to Make a Move; Just Once; Past my Open Arms; Hearts and Roses; http://emitrock.com; EmitRock; Independent Music; Band; Music; Austin Brimacombe, Brian Collins, Caleb Collins, Benjamin Killebrew,

Creative Commons license: Attribution-Noncommercial-No Derivative Works 3.0

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01 Symptoms Begin to Show 1.3 MB 
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02 Feels like a Heart Attack 6.7 MB 
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03 Entrepreneur 5.1 MB 
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04 Time to Make a Move 6.4 MB 
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05 Just Once 8.8 MB 
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06 Past My Open Arms 9.7 MB 
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07 Hearts and Roses 6.0 MB 
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